Junior League of Bham’s Shop, Save & Share fundraiser is Oct 14-25

Get a sneak peek of a few of the stores participating in the Shop, Save & Share event!

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The Junior League of Birmingham (JLB) is pleased to announce its 15th annual Shop, Save & Share fundraiser, set to take place Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020 through Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020.

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The 12-day event allows patrons to receive 20 percent off and/or exclusive offers at over 250 participating businesses with the purchase of a Shop Save & Share card. 100 percent of proceeds from the sale of cards benefit the Junior League’s 40 community projects improving the lives of Birmingham women and children.

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“Shop Save & Share is much more than just a shopping event or a discount card, and this year that means more than ever,” said JLB Shop Save & Share Chair Lauren Globetti. “During a time when many organizations are being forced to cancel and postpone events as a result of COVID-19, we’re taking this as an opportunity to do our part in promoting area businesses to the community while still finding a way to support the 40 community projects these efforts benefit.”

Shop Save & Share features premiere retailers such as Kate Spade, Tory Burch, Vineyard Vines and more, as well as locally owned boutiques, spas, restaurants and fitness studios like Carriage House Weddings, Genesis Nail Spa, Ignite Cycle, Soca Clothing and Taco Mama, among numerous others.

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Patrons will be able to purchase the $40 Shop Save & Share card by visiting https://shopsaveandshare.net/. Physical cards can be purchased in select retailers.

“It has been our privilege to be a participating retailer in the Junior League’s Shop, Save and Share campaign for over 10 years,” said Alabama Outdoors CEO Scott McCrory. “It is one of the ways we support the great work of the Junior League in our community, and our customers love the event and look forward to it each year.”

Free items and special offers

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In addition to the traditional 20 percent discount provided by most, some retailers may choose to offer a free menu item or other special offers for cardholders instead.

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Additionally, curbside pickup and/or delivery options will be offered at many participating businesses this year to heighten safety measures for patrons amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Cardholders should check the official guide, which is housed on the website, for details on each retailer and their offer.

“We have been so grateful to participate in the Junior League’s Shop, Save & Share event,” said Katherine Stephen, co-owner of Board & Brush Vestavia Hills. “It allows us to connect with so many members of the greater Birmingham area. Especially during this time of uncertainty, we want to ensure we are doing our part to promote small businesses within the community, and joining forces with JLB in this effort is a great way to reinforce that.”

Raising money for the community

Over the past 15 years, Shop Save & Share has raised more than $750,000 for the JLB’s community projects. Among them include the Community Partnership of Alabama’s Meals on Wheels, YWCA of Central Alabama’s Children in Crisis and Vineyard Family Services’ Backpack Buddies. With just one purchase of a $40 Shop Save & Share card, it helps provide the following:

  • Necessities for four survivors of sexual violence through the Crisis Center of Birmingham
  • 10 meals (over two boxes) for homeless women and children for the Mobile Pantry through Community Food Bank support
  • Diapers and wipes for a child in need for one month through the League’s Diaper Bank
  • 20 children’s books for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library through Better Basics
  • Month’s worth of meeting supplies for the League-sponsored Girl Scouts Troop
  • Winter coats for two Birmingham City Schools children through our Essentials Pantry Program
  • Speech screening for a Preschool Partners student
  • Free tax preparation for four families qualifying for an earned income tax credit through the League’s financial stability partners

About Junior League of Birmingham

The Junior League of Birmingham is an organization of approximately 2,300 women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. As one of the largest volunteer service organizations in Alabama, the JLB has nearly 1,000 active volunteers who contribute more than 50,000 hours of service annually.


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